The Wesley School's Financial Aid program provides financial assistance to the families of qualified students who have demonstrated financial need. What does that mean? The School believes that parents have an obligation to pay the educational expenses of their children. Therefore, every family is expected to have explored all financing avenues available to them before a grant is awarded by the School. All Wesley families pay some tuition. Please refer to our Understanding Where Financial Aid Comes From and How It's Determined page for a more detailed explanation.
In order for us to allocate our resources wisely and fairly, The Wesley school utilizes the Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) system, an independent service provided by Independent School Management (ISM). This service helps independent schools across the country determine the need of a family. In reviewing each application for aid, the Financial Aid Committee considers both the FAST recommendation and all other additional financial information the family is asked to provide, including the family's other children, additional dependents, all sources of income, priority of spending, debts, and expenses.